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Be Careful When Choosing Heated Dog Bed

There are pet owners who prefer to have their pets inside at all times, and there are pet owners who simply prefer to keep their beloved dog or cat outside of the house, even when it is cold at night. Keeping your dog outdoors does not necessarily have to mean that they are left out to freeze in the cold, because heated dog beds are available for all occasions, including for a kennel, garage or outside dog house, or even for when your dog is sleeping inside if the weather is cool.

Heated dog beds are equipped with a built-in thermostat which allows you to control the temperature of the bed, which can create a nice warm place for your dog to sleep. Most dogs generally enjoy cuddling deep into their heated dog beds when the nights are cold or the weather is terrible. There are many different types of heated dog beds, including heated dog beds with AC power adapters, or heated dog beds with removable heaters which allows you to use the bed without the heater during the remainder of the year. Heated dog beds typically have removable covers comprised of a washable material, and they are known for having a low consumption level of power which means you will not waste electricity by using them. The cords on these heated dog beds are typically wrapped in steel in order to prevent chewing damage from your dog if he or she becomes bored.

Heated dog beds make a great source of warmth and security for puppies who have recently been separated from their mothers. Heated dog beds are also great for older dogs who have arthritis or otherwise stiff joints. These heated dog beds have been designed to provide a great deal of extra support and comfort, making them great for overweight and out of shape dogs who may be uncomfortable on normal dog beds.

When it comes time to choose from all of the heated dog beds available to you, there are a few different factors worth considering beforehand. The first is to make sure that the heated dog bed that you choose is the right size for your dog. If your dog is young and will still be growing, buy the heated dog bed that will suit him or her at a full-grown size. You should also make sure that the heated dog bed you choose is suitable for how you plan to use it. For example, if you are looking for an outdoor heated dog bed, you must make sure that the bed you choose is suited for outdoor use. If you use a heated dog bed incorrectly, you put yourself and your dog in risk for injury from fire or electrocution. You may choose a heated pad over a heated dog bed because they do not have any potentially dangerous cords or wires. Although many heated dog beds have metal-coated cords, you can never be to safe when it comes to protecting your pets. Heated pads can be placed in the microwave and heated up for convenient any-time use.

Submitted by:

Ethan Edison

Ethan Edison is an expert in the field of Dog Bed and related issues. He runs a highly popular and comprehensive dog bed web site. For more articles and resources on dog related topics, dog bed, dog training and much more visit his site at: => http://www.dogkindercare.com


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